Wale taps Chicagoan R&B crooner Jeremih for his new single "The Body," a track that sees the D.C. emcee appreciating the exquisiteness of a female's figure.
Wale dropped off the remix to his banger "Clappers" recently. Unlike the original, Nicki Minaj and Juicy J do not make an appearance, instead Rick Ross takes on the track along with Fat Trel and Young Thug.
In his mostly black and white visual for "Heaven's Afternoon," featuring Meek Mill, Wale and friends are adorned in white attire as they lean against a nice whip.
Wale travels to Toronto in the music video for âSimple Man.â Being that itâs Drakeâs stomping grounds, Drizzy appears, along with J. Cole, and the three chop it in the studio while Wale flows over the east-coast throwback track.
Wale links up with with Meek Mill, Rockie Fresh and J. Cole for the collab "Black Grammys," pulled from MMGâs Self Made 3 LP arriving on Sept 17.
With the twerk trend well underway, Wale calls out all the âClappersâ in the video featuring Juicy J and Nicky Minaj, who takes a moment to drop it like itâs hot...
Known for always dropping a hot verse on features or his own solo records, Wale introduces fans to another type of bars in the music video for his latest offering "Back 2 Ballin'."
Waleâs The Gifted in now available, and to mark the occasion, the MMG artist filmed a short documentary about his journey to national fame
Wale is a little bit R&B, a little bit hip-hop in the video for "LoveHate Thing," the second single from his album âThe Giftedâ
The latest musical offering from the project is the strip club banger, "Clappers," featuring the bootylicious Nicki Minaj and bandz champion Juicy J.